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|Mason||Nov 30 2009, 03:50 PM|
RIDGE AND BRIDGET'S "ROMANCE", THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL
A young woman falling for her mother's lover is nothing new in soaps, but what if he is also her brother? Okay, so Ridge and Bridget turned out not to be half-siblings, but how in the name of Freud could any romantic feelings surface between two rational people who long believed they were related?
Maybe if Ridge and Bridget had spent most of their lives on separate continents, we could understand an organic attraction. And then there was that kiss. Ridge suggested the lip lock to prove that there was nothing more than familial love. Their way-too-long smooch only fanned her flames, while unexpectedly sparking something in him. Ewww. Thankfully, Mama Brooke's repulsion over the racy rapport nipped whatever was blossoming in the bud. We appreciate that B&B was trying to push the envelope, but this went over the edge.
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